Scary True Stories: The ice-cream lady

Scary True Stories: The ice-cream lady

Some women have biological clocks. Estibaliz Carranza had a never-ending, shrieking alarm. Unfortunately, Carranza’s baby lust led to another, more sinister passion: murder. Born in Mexico in 1978, Carranza was a highly intelligent honour student whose mother...
IWSG: Finding an ending

IWSG: Finding an ending

Welcome to the last IWSG post of the year. Happy to be co-hosting with Tonja Drecker, Patsy Collins, and Chrys Fey! Before I get to the insecurity portion of this post, I have a bit of writing news. First, this happened… There are two things about this award I...
The true story of the Headless Horseman

The true story of the Headless Horseman

Many people don’t know the infamous Headless Horseman is not just a legend, but the spirit of an actual person. In Scotland, members of the MacLaine clan from the district of Lochbuie still cringe in fear when they hear the sound of clattering hooves at night....
Eating Egypt

Eating Egypt

Reader question: “Was that strange combination Egyptian meal you described real?” The reader was referring to koshari, the national dish of Egypt (also known as kushari), which Fatima treats Kate and Jackson to in the third GhostWriters book, Temple of...